Pavano and Pavano Jr.
They are both set to throw 2 innings in the first 4 frames.
Seriously why are the Yankees making these 2 travel together... ughh
Last edited by Tyler Durden; 07-29-2008 at 06:49 PM.
Hughes sitting at 93 mph
2IP, 1 H, 1BB, 0K (Got a DP on the next pitch following the walk)
Last edited by Tyler Durden; 07-29-2008 at 08:37 PM.
When are they expecting Hughes to be 100%?
Decent first step. When he gets stretched out, we're going to want to see him effectively using his breaking stuff and piling up strikeouts. If velocity really is sitting 93, that's a good sign.
In 2 innings Hughes 14 pitches, 10 for strikes.
I lived in Charleston, SC for a year and a half. Last season I watched Jon Lester make his first rehab start back from cancer for the Greenville drive against the Charleston Riverdogs on opening night in Riley Park. Great experience, still have my ticket stub
Hughes and Pavano are pitching onight again for the River Dogs.
Pavano's night is done.
Hughes just started.Code:IP H R ER BB SO HR ERA 3.0 5 1 1 0 2 0 1.80
River Dogs radio has Hughes at 97-98 mph, can't say I believe that.
Odd inning for Hughes, but the announcer is raving about Hughes stuff.
-Zachary Penprase singles on a ground ball to pitcher Phil Hughes. (Bunt)
-Michael Almanzar lines out to right fielder Austin Krum.
-With Manuel Arambarris batting, wild pitch by Phil Hughes, Zachary Penprase to 2nd.
-Manuel Arambarris strikes out swinging.
-Peter Gilardo walks.
-With David Mailman batting, wild pitch by Phil Hughes, Zachary Penprase to 3rd.
-David Mailman called out on strikes.
Last edited by Tyler Durden; 08-02-2008 at 09:17 PM.
Interesting.. still don't believe the 101 reading, but I wonder if Hughes corrected his mechanics and is back throwing 94-97 like he did before his leg injuries."I checked between innings to see if the radar gun might be juiced, and they have every reason to believe it's working correctly."